China-Australia relations: WTO action ‘the next step’ for Canberra over Beijing’s barley duties

//China-Australia relations: WTO action ‘the next step’ for Canberra over Beijing’s barley duties

China-Australia relations: WTO action ‘the next step’ for Canberra over Beijing’s barley duties

The Australian government is “expecting” to bring a formal case against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over barley anti-dumping duties.Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham made the announcement on Sunday, a day after the Chinese government imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on Australian wine.“I expect that will be the outcome,” Birmingham said in an interview with national broadcaster ABC when asked whether a WTO case against barley was in the pipeline.“We are working…

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